Gregg Juarez

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Gregg Juarez (born 1925) is an American art dealer who has been the proprietor of a series of galleries in both Europe and the United States, as well as a noted philanthropist. A native Californian, he is a ninth-generation member of a family which predates California becoming part of the United States. Indeed, early members of the clan were the participants in the first recorded marriage in Mission Santa Barbara in the 18th century.[1] Over the years Juarez has owned galleries in Beverly Hills, Paris and Palm Beach, Florida. As a philanthropist he is a patron of both Pepperdine University and Scripps College.[2] Juarez currently resides in Rancho Mirage.

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